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24 places in Singapore to indulge in comfort food Maggi Goreng, Mee Goreng and Nasi Goreng!

Maggi goreng, also known as Maggi mee goreng, is a Mamak-style mee goreng variant. Instead of fresh yellow noodles, it uses Maggi instant noodles that are cooked in hot water before being stir-fried. The tomato sauce is responsible for the bright red hue. 

Most stalls that have Maggi Goreng will also sell Mee Goreng! It is basically cooked the same way as Maggi Goreng, thus having the same vibrant red color as well.

Looking for delicious nasi goreng in Singapore? This popular Indonesian dish has gained immense popularity in the city-state thanks to its vibrant culinary scene and diverse cultural influences. Nasi goreng, meaning "fried rice" in English, tantalizes the taste buds with its aromatic flavors. Made by stir-frying cooked rice alongside a medley of ingredients, it's a must-try dish.

Discover a myriad of options for nasi goreng in Singapore, ranging from cozy Malay and Indonesian restaurants to bustling hawker centers and food courts. 

Most of the stalls are open 24/7 so it is good to satisfy your late-night cravings! Everyone enjoys a nice plate of comfort food, and I'm sure it's their favorite! Here's a list of 24 top spots that everyone can go to if you're near~

Maggi Goreng
1. Thohirah Restaurant
2. Fayidha Restaurant
3. ABC Nasi Kandar Restaurant
4. Al-Jilani Restaurant
5. ABC King restaurant
6. Haji Kadir
7. Zam Zam Restaurant
8. Al Tasneem
Mee Goreng
9. Y.R.A Rasool Fatimah
10. Hajjah Jamillah Raj Mohamed Muslim Food
11. Julaiha Muslim Restaurant
12. Suka Ramai Mama Power
13. Kassim Stall
14. N.M. Abdul Rahim
15. Khan Saab Restaurant
Nasi Goreng
17. 89.7 Supper Club Pte Ltd
18. Paris Van Java
19. Zam Zam Restaurant
20. Violet Oon Singapore
21. Indobowl
22. Bakmi Town
23. Farasha Muslim Food
24. Kampong Glam Cafe

1) Thohirah Restaurant  

Maggi Goreng with a perfect sunny side up from Thohirah Restaurant which is located at Jalan Kayu. This place is supposedly famous for its Curry Fish Head, Thosai (Masala and Paper), Prata (many types), Murtabak, Tandoori Chicken, etc.

Address: 258 Jln Kayu, Singapore 799487
Opening Hours: 24/7

2) Fayidha Restaurant

Fayidha Restaurant is located at Whampoa and is another 24/7 eateries. Is it all the Indian eateries open 24/7 ah?!
Fayidha also has another outlet at Pahang street at Bugis.
This one was very nice!! Not salty and the noodles were sufficiently moist and come with chunks of tender chicken pieces.

Address: 26 Kim Keat Rd, Singapore 328807
Opening Hours: 24/7

3) ABC Nasi Kandar Restaurant

ABC Nasi Kandar Restaurant is located at Desker road which is near Farrer Park. They also have various outlets at Geylang, Tiong Bahru, and Paya Lebar. This Maggi Goreng is not very nice and was a tad salty, but they are reportedly well-known for their Nasi Kandar, a steamed rice dish that can be plain or lightly flavored and served with a variety of curries and side dishes.

Address: 67 Desker Rd, Singapore 209590
Opening Hours: 24/7

4) Al-Jilani Restaurant

Al-Jilani Restaurant is located at Bencoolen Street and is open 24/7 so this makes a nice supper spot! Ordered their Maggi Goreng which was very nice!! Next time shall top up with a sunny side up. Aside from their Maggi goreng, Indulge in their mouth-watering dishes such as Chicken Briyani, Roti Prata, Nasi Goreng Ilan Bilis, Egg Prata, Roti John, Bee Hoon Goreng, and Mutton Chop.

Address: 127 Bencoolen St, Singapore 189637
Opening Hours: 24/7

5) ABC King restaurant

Maggie Goreng from ABC King 👑 restaurant at Lavender Street. Sooo comforting sooo satisfying. The red color should be from red coloring as this was not very sweet but rather salty. 😂 probably won’t order this again.

Address: 101 Lavender St, Singapore 338724
Opening Hours: 24/7

6) Haji Kadir

Ordered the Seafood Maggi goreng from Haji Kadir @hajikadirfoods. This comes drenched in a spicy yet sweet sauce with seafood such as squid, fishcakes, and prawns tossed inside. Probably a combination of ketchup and chili. Quite shiok but a bit too spicy for me. Ordered this because I wanna try something different. They also have another outlet in Tampines. They're known for their Sup Tulang Merah ($8 for four or more bones), which is a thick mutton bone stew served with baguette slices for you to dip into the stew.

Opening Hours: 24/7

7) Zam Zam Restaurant

I was browsing the IG feed of Zam Zam Restaurant, and many people ordered the murtabak and biryani, but I was there for their Maggi goreng which was not bad too.

Address: 697-699 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 198675
Opening Hours: 7 am - 11 pm 

8) Al Tasneem

Al Tasneem is located at North Bridge Road which is near Bugis. Their maggie goreng was rather dry, wish the flavor was stronger. They are more famous for their biryani and murtabak.

Address: 709 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 198681
Opening Hours: 8 am - 11 pm 

9)  Y.R.A Rasool Fatimah at ABC Brickworks Food Centre

Y.R.A Rasool Fatimah is actually listed in the Michelin guide for their roti prata and murtabak mutton soup. They are located in ABC Brickworks Food Centre.

Address: ABC Brickworks Food Centre #01-10, 6 Jalan Bukit Merah, Singapore 150006

Opening Hours: 10 am - 7 pm

Closed on Thursday

I'm sure you're all aware of my love for noodles, and mee goreng is one of them. This is certainly not as red as the others I've had, and it shows in the flavor as well. Overall, the flavor is not as flavorful as the others I've tasted. The fried egg was also not as runny as it should have been. Inside were green beans, mutton chunks, and potatoes.

10) Hajjah Jamillah Raj Mohamed Muslim Food at Haig Road Market and food centre

Hajjah Jamillah Raj Mohamed Muslim Food is located at Haig Road Market and the food centre. They have been operating since 1978 and are in the third generation of ownership. The nearest MRT station is Paya Lebar MRT Station.

Address: Haig Road Market & Food Centre, 14 Haig Rd, #01-09, Singapore 430014

Opening Hours: Mon, Wed to Sat 9.30 am - 10.30 pm

Sun 9 am - 10 pm

I ordered the mee goreng with a fried egg. The serving is substantial. It is really a carb overload with the portion, but I really enjoyed this and it was really tasty. It is good that the egg yolk was still runny. It was also not very spicy, even though I spotted green chili in this. Despite the portion, this had very little potatoes or mutton in it. If you’re in the vicinity and want a good plate of mee goreng, give this a try.

They are also famous for their nasi goreng and soup tulang! I would probably try these next time. 

11) Julaiha Muslim Restaurant

Julaiha Muslim Restaurant is an Indian-Muslim eatery located along Macpherson road. They are open 24/7 so this makes a good supper spot to go if you're nearby! They are located somewhat in the middle of Tai Seng and Macpherson MRT station.

Address: 538 MacPherson Rd, Singapore 368222

Opening Hours: 24/7 daily

If you're craving a plate of sinful mee goreng! Like every other mee goreng, this one was coated in this savory red sauce. This was fried along with eggs, veggies, and potatoes. Extra points for a runny egg! This was cooked perfectly and was not very dry, but it could have used more wok hei and a little more spice.

12) Suka Ramai Mama Power

Having the Mee goreng here at Suka Ramai Mama Power. I was intrigued when they claimed that they have the best mee goreng in Singapore on their Facebook. This kind of mee goreng combo is kind of similar to Adam's delight. The nearest MRT station is at Telok Blangah mrt station.

Address: Bedok Food Centre, 1 Bedok Rd, #01-26, Singapore 469572

Opening Hours: 8am - 10pm

The portion of mutton is really little but the bite-sized mutton was tender and nice. The mee goreng was also very small in portion, though I could taste slight bitterness probably due to wok hei. The sunny side up was so perfect though. Their shoestring fries are drenched in a substantial cheese sauce. I wouldn't say they are the best, but definitely above average.

13) Kassim Stall

I have been actively looking for nice mee goreng to try and that was where I bought Kassim Stall from Telok Blangah. They had 4.9 stars with 11 reviews on google. This stall has been around for more than 25 years. Nearest MRT station at Telok Blangah MRT Station.

Address: Telok Blangah Food Centre, 79 Telok Blangah Drive #01-26

Opening Hours: 11.30am - 9.30pm daily

The mee goreng was fried until flavorful and had a wok hei flavor, with soft but not mushy mutton and potato pieces tossed in. The mutton bits are soft but do not taste gamey. I also added a sunny side up. It comes served with the usual cucumber slices and ketchup on a separate plate. 

14) N.M. Abdul Rahim

N.M. Abdul Rahim is located at Ayer Rajah Food Centre along West Coast Drive. My first impression is that this could be spicy from how red this is but I could taste some smokiness, savouriness from the mutton curry, and also the original taste of the noodles.

Address: Ayer Rajah Food Centre, 503 W Coast Dr, #01-60, Singapore 120503

Opening Hours: 10.30 am - 12 am

Surprised by what's going on here, the taste was not overpowered. The plate of mee goreng contains green peas, a few chunks of potatoes, eggs, and slices of cucumber on the side. I am not sure why to add green peas. I quite like this! v nice!

15) Khan Saab Restaurant

Finally went to Khan Saab Restaurant at the secluded corner of Chai Chee Drive! They are a 24/7 Indian food eatery which is great for people looking for supper options! TBH, it was a long walk from Kembangan MRT station, so it is probably nearer if you come from Bedok North MRT Station.

Address: 55 Chai Chee Dr, Singapore 460055

Opening Hours: 24/7 daily

The mee goreng had a mild wok hei and was pretty savory and flavorful interlaced with a slight spicy kick which was pretty good considering some are just one-dimensionally sweet. The Prata was not bad too and was soft, fluffy, and wasn't overly charred.


I ate Hassbawa's mee goreng, which was said to be legendary at Marine Parade. They've been in Marine Parade since 1978. Mine came with an egg. To be honest, this wasn't particularly impressive. The wok hei was barely discernible, and their sauce lacked flavor. The noodles were usually wok-fried, so wok hei was usually present, at least in some of the mee goreng I tried. The green chili, on the other hand, provided a spicy kick. 

They were listed in the straits times and misstamchiak, so I was a little disappointed. In 2014, they also won the Singapore Hawker Masters for Indian mee goreng. Their standards have most likely deteriorated.

Address: Marine Parade Central Market and Food Centre

84 Marine Parade Central, #01-39, Singapore 440084

Opening Hours: 11.45am to 9.30pm daily 

Closed on Thursdays

17) 89.7 Supper Club Pte Ltd

Check out the diverse range of Nasi Goreng options available at 89.7 Supper Club Pte Ltd, a halal food court located at Changi V and Geylang East. Catering to Muslim diners who often face limited halal food choices, this food court offers a variety of cuisines to satisfy different palates. Discover the delectable Nasi Pattaya, featuring a tantalizing combination of fried rice enveloped in a thin layer of egg. While I opted for the beef variation, I found the meat to be slightly tough. Nevertheless, the fried rice itself boasts remarkable flavor. Indulge in their selection of egg Prata, which is a popular choice among diners. They offer an extensive range of Prata options, including milo, chocolate, butter, cheese, and egg masala, among many others. Savor the diverse flavors and textures available at 89.7 Supper Club Pte Ltd and relish the opportunity to enjoy halal cuisine without compromising on taste.

Address: 1016 Geylang East Ave 3, #01-165, Singapore 389731

Opening Hours: 24/7

18) Paris Van Java

Paris Van Java is a new Modern Indonesian Cafe At Lucky Plaza. Explore the enticing flavors of Nasi Goreng Cabe Ijo priced at $12.80, featuring a tantalizing combination of green chili sambal, shredded chicken, and a sunny-side-up egg. For a heartier option, savor the Nasi Goreng Kampong priced at $13.80, complete with a fried chicken thigh and a sunny-side-up egg. Alternatively, experience the rich taste of Nasi Goreng Kambing, stir-fried to perfection with shredded lamb, also priced at $13.80. During my visit, I had the pleasure of ordering the Nasi Goreng Kampung. This delectable dish presented a whole chicken thigh accompanied by a perfectly fried egg and keropok, all served atop a generous portion of fragrant fried rice. The chicken boasted a crispy exterior while remaining succulent and tender on the inside. The rice itself was a delightful medley of flavors, incorporating the aromatic notes of onions, garlic, and shallots.

Address: 304 Orchard Rd, #01-45 Lucky Plaza, Singapore 238863

Opening Hours: 11am - 8.30pm

19) Zam Zam Restaurant

Experience the rich history and enduring popularity of Zam Zam Restaurant, a culinary icon established in 1908. Having previously savored their Maggi Goreng, I decided to venture into their Nasi Goreng with chicken. This Indian-style rendition of fried rice presented itself with vibrant red hues, thanks to the incorporation of aromatic spices. As I indulged in each spoonful, the rice exhibited a satisfying smoky flavor, adding depth to the dish. Tender chunks of chicken were expertly stir-fried into the rice, lending their distinct taste to the ensemble. While the overall experience was commendable, it is worth noting that the chicken had a slightly salty disposition.

Address: 697-699 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 198675

Opening Hours: 7am - 11pm

20) Violet Oon Singapore

Discover the epitome of Peranakan cuisine at Violet Oon Singapore, a premier establishment known for its refined offerings. This upscale restaurant was established by the renowned Peranakan chef, Madam Violet Oon, a distinguished Singapore Nyonya born in 1949. Delight in the exquisite flavors of their signature dish, the Nasi Goreng with Crispy Hae Bee. Experience the perfect harmony of textures as fragrant jasmine rice is expertly fried and paired with juicy prawns, crispy Hae Bee, zesty Sambal Belacan, and cooling fresh cucumber. The crispy Hae Bee adds a delightful crunch and bursts of umami, enhancing the overall texture and taste. The dish is elevated with the addition of spicy Sambal Belacan, which brings a fiery kick and depth of flavor that harmonizes perfectly with the other ingredients.

Address: 2 Orchard Turn, #03-22 ION Orchard, Singapore 238801

Opening Hours: 11.30am - 10pm

21) Indobowl

Indobowl is Singapore's first restaurant dedicated to Indomie. In addition to Indomie, they offer a variety of Nasi Goreng dishes with options such as ribeye steak, seafood, seafood petai, and grilled chicken. I opted for the seafood Nasi Goreng, which was accompanied by a side of green chili. The fried rice contained prawns, squid, and fishcake, along with prawn crackers, achar, and a sunny-side-up egg on top. The portion of fried rice was ample, and it possessed an enticing aroma and rich taste. The green chili provided on the side was described as mildly spicy by the staff, but I found it to be extremely spicy for my palate.

Address: 29 Sultan Gate, Singapore 198487

Opening Hours: 12pm –3.15 pm, 5pm – 9.15 pm

22) Bakmi Town

Checking out Bakmi Town in Lucky Plaza.  Indulge in their specialty dishes such as Bakmi Ayam (chicken noodles) and Bihun Bakso (meatball rice vermicelli soup). During my visit, I couldn't resist trying their enticing Nasi Goreng. This mouthwatering creation featured a delightful combination of keropok, crispy, and succulent chicken wings, and a perfectly cooked sunny-side-up egg adorned with crispy fried shallots.

One standout element was the irresistibly crispy and juicy chicken wings, providing a delightful contrast of textures. The rice itself boasted a flavorful profile, though it may have had a slightly higher oil content.

Address: 304 Orchard Rd, #03-39 Lucky Plaza, Singapore 238863

Opening Hours: 10.30am - 9pm

23) Farasha Muslim Food

 Farasha Muslim Food is one of the popular stalls at Seah Im Food Centre. They're famous for their Nasi Goreng Ayam. In comparison to what we typically eat, the Malay-style fried rice had a spicy edge to it. The fried rice was aromatic, flavorful, and delicious as it was cooked with sambal. I like how this wasn't just one-dimensional spicy. I could taste the real flavor of the fried rice. The rice was well-fried and not clumped together, having a lovely chewy-tender texture. It absorbs the flavor yet does not get mushy.
This was accompanied by a massive drumstick. The drumstick had a lovely crispy-crunchy exterior and fork-tender flesh, but it was bland to me. The meat was quite tasteless, but it would have been fine with the sambal on the side.

Address: 2 Seah Im Rd, #01-31, Singapore 099114

Opening Hours: 10am - 8pm

24) Kampong Glam Cafe

Kampong Glam Cafe is a family-run business serving authentic Malay cuisine at an affordable price. After retiring from professional football, Mr. Bashir Khan has dedicated himself to his business, and to developing the Kampong Gelam community. The Nasi pattaya with chicken is the bomb and the taste is absolutely awesome. It's basically a fried rice omelet wrapped around juicy chunks of chicken. Yum! The fried rice got this amazing savory and slightly salty flavor. The rice is a bit softer but golden brown from being fried up with chicken, and then there's that oh-so-delicious umami flavor from the soy sauce.

Address: 17 Bussorah St, Singapore 199438

Opening Hours: Fri - Sun, Tues - Wed 8am - 2am
Thursday 12pm - 2am